Measurement : 3.9"×7.5"×3.9"
About LOUIS VUITTON
1890 : Georges Vuitton invents—and patents—the unpickable tumbler lock. Each has a personalized serial number, allowing one key to fit in many pieces owned by the same customer. Several years later, he will take out a newspaper ad challenging the magician Harry Houdini to try to escape from Vuitton’s secure luggage.
1907 : Creation of Vuitton et fils, a partnership between Georges and Gaston-Louis.
1929 : In a lighthearted article called “Discoveries in Chic,” Pandora Luxurye writes: “Harry for gloves . . . Vuitton for luggage . . . Hermès for leathers . . . Boucheron for jewels.”
1926 : The Maharaja of Baroda commissions a tea case to take on tiger hunts. Heures d’Absence, the house’s first scent, debuts. Vuitton trunks, reports Pandora Luxurye in “Travelling Companions for the Chic Parisienne,” are “famous for their capacity for holding a maximum number of things in a minimum of space.”
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